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Liverpool John Lennon Airport is situated in the Speke area of Liverpool and is approximately 7 miles from the city centre of Liverpool named after the famous Beatles popstar John Lennon.

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Liverpool Tate Gallery

Based in the Albert Docks the Liverpool Tate is a modern art gallery set in one of the iconic Albert Dock brick and stone buildings. There are regular exhibitions and the art is aimed at a younger audience and is a monument of visibility and truth in art. There are collections within the BAME (Black, Asian Minority Ethnic) network and work from artists all around the World.
Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4BB
www.tate.org.uk

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Merseyside Maritime Museum

Another historic building at the Albert Docks filled with Liverpool’s seafaring past and made real through its story telling narrative theme right the way through the tour and experience. Submerge yourself in Liverpool’s identity and experience the models of the ships that once sailed the high seas that have embarked. There is the Titanic replica and much more. A wonderful day out for the family and an educational inspiration in all.
Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AQ
www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/merseyside-maritime-museum

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World Museum

Taxonomy is simply the practice of organising things in to categories to make our lives easier – it is part of human nature. This as a science is applied to living organisms and has been described by Greek Philosophers as “Scala Naturae” (the ladder of nature). This museum hosts descriptions and findings of types and species of animals from across the globe. The Museum hosts the transport industry revealed through a fabulous array of vehicles built in and around Liverpool from bicycles to horse drawn carts and carriages.
William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EN
www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/world-museum

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Walker Art Gallery

The art gallery has one of the most important renowned painting collections in the UK. The collection includes European renaissance paintings, Rembrandt, pre-raphaelite artworks by Rossetti and Millais. There is also medieval and late renaissance art in Italy and Baroque art in Europe as well as 17th Century Dutch and Flemish art and 18th Century European Art, highlighting landscapes, political and cultural changes of the 18th Century.
William Brown Street, Liverpool L3 8EL
www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/walker-art-gallery

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The Beatles Story

The award-winning Beatles Story will transport you to an incredible immersive journey to tell the story of four young gentlemen from Liverpool who propelled the dizzy heights of fame and fortune from their humble childhood beginnings. There are replicas of the Casbah and Abbey Road Studios and the Cavern, authentically capturing the early 60s. If you are interested in hearing the story unfold there are audio guides available in 12 of the most popular different languages.
Britannia Vaults Royal Albert Dock, Liverpool L3 4AD
www.beatlesstory.com

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Royal Albert Dock

The heart of Liverpool’s waterfront. The historic Albert Dock is a place of art, music, museums and heritage. It has the Tate Liverpool and houses museums including the Merseyside Maritime Museum and International Slavery Museum, plenty of wonderful restaurants and some delightful shopping.
Albert Dock, Liverpool, L3 4AF
www.albertdock.com

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Liverpool Cathedral

Whether you are on your own or part of a tourist group you will find a warm welcome here. There is plenty to see and lots of hidden gems and usually one visit is not enough. It is UK’s largest Cathedral and is visible from most parts of the city. There are buses stopping nearby every 12 minutes or so and with its great transport links Liverpool is always accessible from anywhere in the country.
St James Mount, Liverpool L1 7AZ
www.liverpoolcathedral.org.uk

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Royal Liver Building

The Royal Liver Building is a Grade 1 listed building in Liverpool located at the pier head neighbouring the Cunard building and Port of Liverpool building as one of Liverpool’s three graces which is close to the Albert Docks and the centre of the city. It is a historic tourist attraction and is part of the city’s famous waterfront and stunning skyline.
Liverpool Waterfront, Liverpool L3 1HU
www.royalliverbuilding.com

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Crosby Beach

There are plenty of spaces to park at Crosby Beach and it is certainly not a tourist beach though there are a few people visiting always. There are local ice cream vans parked by the beach for snacks and with the tide out, the iron men - the works of art put together by one of Liverpool’s local artists - can be seen stretching all the way out into the depths of the ocean.
Mariners Road, Crosby Beach, Liverpool, L23 6SX
www.visitsouthport.com/things-to-do/crosby-beach-p244561

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Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre

The Williamson Tunnels are a series of extensive subterranean excavations of unknown purpose in the Edge Hill area of Liverpool. Although described as tunnels the majority are brick or stone vaulting. The purpose of the works remains unclear and subjects of heavy speculation. The Victorian Industrialist, Joseph Williamson, had these commissioned and there are guided tours to give you a further insight into these remarkable tunnels in a pretty ordinary area of Liverpool.
Smithdown Lane, Liverpool L7 3EE
www.williamsontunnels.co.uk

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Wheel of Liverpool

At 60 metres high and with 42 capsules including luxury VIP capsules, this famous landmark is awe-inspiring taking you on the ultimate journey above the City of Liverpool. This city founded as a Borough in 1207 was granted city status in 1880. Though historically a part of Lancashire it grew in the 18th century due to trade from the West Indies, Ireland and Mainland Europe, coupled with close links with the Atlantic Slave Trade for which there is a museum at the Albert Docks which can also be seen from the Wheel of Liverpool.
4 Keel Wharf, Liverpool L3 4FN
www.freijwheels.com/?page_id=5810

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Knowsley Safari Park

Enjoy an adventurous day out with the family at this popular tourist attraction where you can get close-up encounters to these amazing species and an opportunity to feed one of the lions or giraffes. Choose from a range of animal experiences including the sealions, the meerkats, the rhinos, the tigers, or go for the 5 mile private VIP guided tour of the safari. An animal experience like no other, there is lots to observe and lots to learn and the opportunity to purchase an adoption pack for the animal of your choice.
Knowsley Park, Prescot L34 4AN
www.knowsleysafariexperience.co.uk

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Anfield Stadium

Anfield Stadium, the home of the 2020 Premier League Champions Liverpool FC since their establishment in 1892, hosts many events and concerts and offers a unique setting to create some memorable moments, such as a wedding or a party for a special occasion. The famous arena is also the perfect venue for any corporate event, be it a business meeting, conference, dinner, exhibition or seminar with its remarkable selection of elegant lounges, many with a full glass front which allows you to overlook the renowned Anfield ground.
Anfield Road, Anfield, Liverpool L4 0TH
www.liverpoolfc.com

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Floating Grace Restaurant

Liverpool’s only Floating Restaurant Boat where you can enjoy a three course meal whilst taking in the stunning scenery built for a capacity of 50 guests, there is a Sunday lunch menu and local British contemporary cuisine. It is a unique dining experience whilst you take a cruise and enjoy the sights of the Royal Albert Docks Liverpool. You can indulge in some of the excellent food from a mid-morning cruise, afternoon tea or a dinner sunset. It is available for private functions and I am sure you will create an unforgettable memorable experience on The Floating Grace.
Berth 1 Salthouse Quay, Liverpool L3 4AE
www.floatinggrace.co.uk

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Georgian Town House Hotel

The Georgian Town House Hotel offers free parking, free and fast Wi-Fi, a 24 hour front desk, spacious bedrooms, and is conveniently located 6 miles from Liverpool Airport and just over a mile away from both Liverpool Central Railway and Liverpool Lime Street. Within walking distance are many attractions including Liverpool Cathedral and the Philharmonic Hall and a variety of restaurants such as La Parrilla Mexican Bar & Grill and Christakis offering Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.
60 Upper Parliament Street, Liverpool L8 7LF
www.booking.com/hotel/gb/the-georgian-town-house.en-gb.html

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Malmaison Liverpool

A choice of stay for many who visit Liverpool, this 4-star boutique hotel is 7 miles from John Lennon Airport and at the heart of the lively City of Liverpool. Take a pleasant walk along the docks or visit the beautiful attractions in the vicinity of the hotel, including the Liverpool Tate Gallery and the Echo Arena, or just unwind at the Malmaison itself with its popular restaurant Chez Mal and 130 rooms and suites complete with all the comforts you could require including free and fast Wi-Fi, a fitness centre with gym, conference and function rooms for corporate and wedding events and much more.
7 William Jessop Way, Liverpool L3 1QZ
www.malmaison.com/locations/liverpool

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